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Sep 25, 2012 6:00am EDT
. the secular jewish vote, a big part of new york city, their religion is socialism. but what may get them back in these israel -- is israel. and we made shift, 20% would be enough to win the election. the district is 33% jewish, perhaps more. 44% catholic, and then others. so the jewish vote, which historically have been a block, now isn't, at least on these issues. >> do you think that could be mirrored in other districts or is it something uniquely yours? i will tell you another congressperson, i might mention to you but i haven't told the audience, debbie wasserman schultz. shortly after your election, and she said well, that was a freak accident. had nothing to do with the obama administration's treatment of israel. >> everyone in america who took that division. >> she said it had everything to do with the increasingly conservative nature spent she's in that job because she will say things like that. >> she was saying the jews that vote in your district are just naturally more religious and more conservative, and they are republican. >> but in prior elections always voted democratic. >> bu
Sep 26, 2012 7:30am EDT
of their skin, their religion, their ethnicity or their sexual preferences. >> moderator: before i go back to governor kaine, governor allen, i want to follow up on a social issue which seems to be an issue for republicans generally. why do you think you poll so much better among men rather than women? the gender gap in a new poll favors your challenger by 14 points. is this a republican party problem with women? take 30 seconds if you would, sir. [laughter] allen: okay. i think we're going to do very well with men and women. and i think after this debate and people will listen to my approach and that of my opponent, my friend tim kaine's, women, mothers that i've talked to whether they're married or unmarried care about jobs and the economy. and if somebody is unmarried, they're working. this if they are married, they're working, they also may be caring about the future of their families, and right now 50% of young people graduating from college argue they're unemployed or underemployed, so i think we're going to get a lot of support from men and women, and i think folks will get united b
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